A gallon of gasoline in Idaho is currently $3.45, according to American Automobile Association numbers. The most expensive region of the state presently is in the southern portion of the panhandle, where the average is close to $3.60 per gallon.
We're all familiar with hearing about blood moons, eclipses, Leonid and Taurid meteor showers, and other things that go whoosh in the night sky. The opportunity to witness something we non-vampires will only get the chance to see once in our lifetimes is a whole other galactic enchilada.
If I told you that just a few miles southwest of Boise, Idaho, there's a roadway surrounded by towering spires of rock that cuts through the desert landscape and leads to an incredibly beautiful oasis, would you believe me? How about you go see for yourself?